One of the most successful managers in the history of football
Sir Alex Ferguson, CBE managed Manchester United from 1986 to 2013. His time at the club has led to Ferguson being considered one of the most successful, admired and respected managers in football history and he is credited with leading the football club to become the most highly rated sports franchise in the world.
Ferguson is Manchester United's longest-serving manager, surpassing Sir Matt Busby's record on December 19, 2010, and completing more than 26 and a half years in charge of the club. He has won many awards and holds numerous records, including being the longest-serving manager in the history of British football. Sir Alex Ferguson was knighted in 1999 by Queen Elizabeth II of England.
He finally retired from football in 2013 after winning more than 38 trophies with Manchester United, including 13 Premier league and two UEFA Champions League.
Sir Alex shares with others his passion, philosophy and principles that have earned him his professional success. Ferguson knows what makes a winning team, what are the key skills to develop and has applied this to his management throughout his career as the most successful manager in the history of the sport.
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